Quote Originally Posted by elgatosuizo View Post
You need the Arduino IDE @ https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software
There are some Software environements that allow you to write Arduino code if you install some sort of plug-in. At least I know that from visual sudio. But it won't be a real advantage IMHO. If you want to mare a real step throuhg you need an Arduino emulator. I never used such an emulator an tested always the Software on the device itself.
The archaic way is use an Arduino Hardware and set some Serial.Println() with the actual variables values as messages and see in the serial monitor what's going on. But a real step by step code run can't be really done as the Sofware runs on a different device than the computer you are using for programming.
Thank you!